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Posted on 28-08-06 04:27
I was assigned to make a web page for my halo2 clan and i having duffuclt making it so other clans can request via the page. so i need help with a script that will change the frist section with out have to do it manualy, like we have to approve it and then it posts on the page...
here is the url http://angelsofdarknessclan.tripod.com/ ne help would be very helpful

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Posted on 28-08-06 04:54
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Posted on 28-08-06 05:12
Don't bump, you just posted this a few minutes ago. Be patient.

There isn't much to say about your Web site, because there isn't much content and most of the pages aren't there yet. You should work on it a bit more and set things up before you ask for help on it.


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Posted on 30-08-06 19:42
that is what i am here for help with i would like to know if there is ne one out there willing to give me the time to teach me how to make a user login... and i will apply to the forms section on my site.

-HTML forms understanding(i know how to write i i dont understand where in info goes)
-php get and post understanding(I dont under stand(differences))
-javascript login

i would like help in theses areas if ne one is will to help ty i have read over w3schools many times and i have and ezphp set up for pratice i just dont undersand it ty for ur time.

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Posted on 30-08-06 19:50
Lemme see here. You are working on lycos/tripod

It doesn't support php or mysql right?

End of story




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Posted on 30-08-06 20:04
I am terrible at making a layout for a site, and it looks like you could use some help too. A great site for free designs is oswd.org. Pick a design to suit your needs and customise the hell out of it. Before you can do any customisation you're going to need to know some CSS.

As for the login. JavaScript is not a secure method of logging in, as this site teaches. The only secure methods are server side options such as PHP or ASP. I don't think tripods free service allows for any of these to be used.

If you just want to learn HTML you've got:
http://www.htmlgoodies.com/primers/html/

JavaScript:
http://jennifermadden.com/
http://www.htmlgoodies.com/primers/jsp/

To understand PHP GET and POST look at your current url. You see the bit after the question mark? Those are variables passed to the page via GET. so page.php?a=123&b=asd will load page.php. The script will then ba able to read the GETed variable 'a' as 123 and 'b' as 'abc'.

As for post, take the post I'm currently writing. When I hit the 'post reply' button the text I've been writing has to somehow go to the next page. It doesn't appear in the url (as a variable after the question mark), but instead it has passed as a POST variable which may not be obvious. If you're wondering how POSTed variables actually get sent across, they are sent at the end of the HTTP request, something I doubt you fully understand at the moment.

If you really want to make a decent site I suggest you dump tripod and instead host on a server which does support PHP. There are free ones like i love hbh. keep up the good work!.com, but I have heard their downtime is substantial. Alternatively pay for hosting (I can get you a huge discount with dreamhost). Lastly you could host it from your own PC, this of course requires you leave your PC on all the time and that you set everything up yourself. Most likely you'll still want a domain name (pretty cheap), or just use a free subdomain at afraid.org or something along those lines.

Well... I have a feeling a lot of this has gone over your head. So I'll summarise. If you want to stay with tripod forget about a members-only area. In fact, forget about anything dynamic. If you're going to use i love hbh. keep up the good work! then expect to start learning and understanding PHP.


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Posted on 30-08-06 20:20
ty very informative


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Posted on 26-10-06 11:56
If you have the desire to use PHP I suggest a better host, like this one:
http://awardspace. . . <---One of the bests free hosts I've seen




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Posted on 09-11-06 00:19
1. Get a different host, because the advertisements have more content than your site does.

Make sure that the host supports php/mysql.

2. I'm guessing that you used layers to create this site... Don't use layers... use tables.

3. Create a layout in photoshop first, then slice it, and add your content to that...
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Posted on 09-11-06 00:45
yo whats your gamer tag I will play u this weekend
if u have msn add me my emails in the shout out box




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Posted on 09-04-07 04:34
well i can't really help you but you can look at my website unrealhackers.tri. . . if you want to see how i set up my website.


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Posted on 09-04-07 05:06
If it's a login script that you're after, PM me, and I'll share a user login (MySQL & PHP) that i coded. I will also explain it Smile

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